Arianna Blooms Card Tutorial

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Hello, Friends!  I’m back with another beautiful Arianna Blooms card tutorial.  Today’s card features bold colors and bodacious Arianna Blooms from Heartfelt Creations.  I hope you enjoy!

Arianna Blooms 01aThis card is loaded with texture!  I embossed the yellow  card base, then topped it with a distressed layer of deep rose paper from the paper collection that I also ran through an embossing folder.  Then, I took a sheet of watercolor paper and inked up  Spellbinder’s M-Bossabilities Labels 34 Medallion with distress ink and ran it through my machine.  Lots of distressed edges, painted flowers and a beautiful lemon Delicate Stitched Satin ribbon add to all that yummy texture. I adorned this creation with loads of die cuts from the amazing Arianna Lace Die.

You’ll find a complete Arianna Blooms card tutorial below along with a complete list of the supplies I used here.

I’m off to make potato salad for the 4th of July festivities tomorrow!  Thanks for stopping by!  Your visits and comments make me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers.



Heartfelt Creations Products and Products Carried by HC:
HCPC 3608 Arianna Blooms PreCut Set
HCPC 3613 Arianna Hummingbird PreCut Set
HCD 747 Arianna Lace
HCD 748 Arianna Blooms
HCD 745 Luggage and Tags
HCDP1 245 Arianna Blooms Paper Collection
452255 Grand Calibur
159223 Paper Blossoms Molding Mat
459222 Paper Blossoms Tool Kit
Other Products: Paper: Yellow Cardstock, Glossy White Cardstock, Always Artichoke; Inks: Ranger Distress Inks: Aged Mahogany, Wild Honey; Tools: Spellbinders Label 34 3-D M-Bossibilities Folder; Paint: Distress Paint: Aged Mahogany, Mustard Seed; Glitter: Distress Glitter: Mustard Seed, Clear Rock Candy; Mists: Perfect Pearls Sunflower Sparkle; Clear Embossing Powder, Ribbon, metallic twine rhinestones
Directions: Create a 5 3/4″ x 7 3/4″ side fold card base from yellow cardstock. Cut a 5 1/2″ x 7 1/2″ panel of deep rose paper from the collection. Distress and ink the edges. Mount on card base. Cut a 5″ x 7″ panel of glossy white cardstock. Spritz lightly with water. Apply Wild Honey DI directly to the flat side of embossing folder. Position the cardstock on the opposite side of folder and run through Grand Calibur. Wipe away excess ink from the raised portions of the embossed panel. Heat dry to set the ink. Distress and Ink the edges. Add lace and ribbon to the base of this panel and glue to the card base.
Stamp 3 sets of the Arianna Blooms onto the pale yellow paper in the collection using Wild Honey DI. Emboss with clear embossing powder. Die cut, shape and stack. Brush the edges with Wild Honey and Aged Mahogany Distress Paint. Spritz liberally with Perfect Pearls. Tap the stamens with glue, then dip into Distress Glitter. Set aside to dry.
Die cut both doily shapes from white cardstock. Layer in the center of the embossed panel, lifting the edges to create more dimension. Die cut 2 sets of the flourishes and glue on either side of the embossed panel. Add the flowers as shown. Die cut two of the decorative embellishments. Tap with Aged Mahogany DI. Glue at the top of the card. Die cut the ticket from the paper collection. Ink the edges and attach in the center with foam dots. Add rhinestones if desired.
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8 thoughts on “Arianna Blooms Card Tutorial

  1. Penny

    WOW Kathy, this card is amazing!!! i love those flowers and the vintage theme. You come up with something more and more beautiful each week!!

  2. Robin Ludwig

    What a pretty card! I love the way you touched the flowers with a little pink to match the pink die cut at the top of your card. As always, your cards are wonders of layering! Love how bright and sunny this card is – perfect for summertime!

  3. Pattie Jns

    Beautiful colors, I just purchased this die, and learning. thanks for tutorial. by the way, what is the white bow behind the focal bow an flower? A gorgeous summer card. Have a wonderful 4th and a safe holiday…….Hugs.

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